How to verify your Email and Phone Number?

How to verify your Email and Phone Number?

  • Register to the cloud banking platform. 

  • Click on the Click to open an account button. 

  • You will be redirected to the Verify Email ID and phone number page. 

  • The Email ID will be automatically displayed in the field for Email ID verification.

  • Click on the Submit button to verify the Email ID. 

  • OTP will be sent to your Email ID.

  • Enter the OTP and Click on the Submit button. 

  • Your email ID is verified now. 

 

Next you will be redirected to verify your phone number. 

 

  • Your registered phone number will be automatically displayed in the field. 

  • Click on the Submit button. 

  • An OTP will be sent to your registered mobile number. 

  • Type the OTP and click the Verify button. 

  • Your mobile number is verified now. 



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